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The Outlander effect

OUTLANDER has been cited as helping bring a “phenomenal” boost to tourism in Scotland as new figures show an increase in visits. Malcolm Roughead, Visitscotland chief executive, said the interest in film and television series locations like Outlander, shot and set in … Continue reading

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Photo tours of Scotland

Our photo tours of Scotland feature visits to the top scenic locations in the Highlands and Edinburgh . Photo tour of Rosslyn Chapel and Scott’s View , Melrose , one of the most scenic views in Scotland . Entrance tickets … Continue reading

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Outlander tours

Tours start at 9.30 am . Our private group tours take up to 4 people to three Outlander filming locations. We also offer bespoke private tours with the option of choosing your own itinerary . Tours start from locations in Edinburgh … Continue reading

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Outlander giveaway

Outlander Giveaway! ⚔️ To coincide with the latest series of Outlander, here’s a chance to win some amazing prizes from locations featured in the show. Like to enter and please share to spread the word! Outlander effect Locations & prizes: ⚔️ Callendar House Festive … Continue reading

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Outlander series 3 – Jamie and Lord John Grey

In what proved to be a tender moment on Season 3 of Outlander, Jamie (Sam Heughan) offered himself to Lord John Grey (David Berry) to ensure the safety of his son, Willie. Although the scene was well done given its complexity … Continue reading

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Melrose Abbey is declared a world-class attraction

Melrose Abbey has been declared world class and one of Scotland’s best visitor attractions. Independent quality assurance inspectors from VisitScotland have awarded it the coveted five-star status after examining every aspect of the visitor experience. This means the three staffed Borders Abbeys cared for by Historic Scotland, and Smailholm Tower, are all now five-star attractions. Continue reading

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